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During the 2009–2010 H1N1 flu pandemic, many institutions installed alcohol-based hand sanitizer dispensers in public settings in an effort to prevent the spread of the virus. Yet, usage of these dispensers remained low. Point-of-use reminder signs were designed to emphasize four theoretically...
Individuals with depression and low social support are at elevated risk for developing cardiovascular disease—presumptively through mechanisms involving dysregulated stress physiology. While depressed individuals often report diminished social support and elevated levels of social distress, few...
Although active diabetes self-management is required to achieve glycemic control, adherence is poor among ethnic minorities, especially Latinos. Research shows that individuals who report greater social-environmental support resources for disease management manage their diabetes more effectively...
Body dissatisfaction plays a key role in the maintenance of eating disorders, and selective attention might be crucial for the origin of body dissatisfaction. showed that eating disorder patients attend relatively more to their own unattractive body parts, whereas healthy controls attend...
This study sought to articulate pathways between constructs from the theory of gender and power and their associations with sexual behavior. The data were collected preintervention during a randomized controlled HIV prevention trial. Participants were 701 sexually active, unmarried African...
To assess the long-term impact of implementation intention formation in reducing consultations for emergency contraception and pregnancy testing among teenage women. Teenage women visiting a family planning clinic were randomly assigned to implementation intention versus control conditions....
This study investigated the effects of the Job-Demand-Control-Support (JDC-S) model's components, workload, control, peer and supervisor social support, on the risk of all-cause mortality. Also examined was the expectation that the above work-based components interact in predicting all-cause...
To test the association between self-reported unfair treatment and objective and self-reported sleep characteristics in African American and Caucasian adults. Cross-sectional study of 97 African American and 113 Caucasian middle-aged adults. Participants completed: (a) two-night in-home,...
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